Billionaire Elon Musk wanted to send humans to Mars. But that's not all, he wanted to send one million residents to the red planet.
SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk published a paper revealing more details about his plan of building a self-sustaining city on Mars. SpaceX is also working on interplanetary transport system that is capable of sending humans to Mars or even beyond.
SpaceX and NASA agreed to delay the launch of Falcon 9 at the Kennedy Spaceflight Center. The delay is to give way to ISS cargo run.
SpaceX's mid-December "Return to Flight" was postponed to January 2017. The company faced suspension after a Falcon 9 rocket exploded in Cape Canaveral on Sept. 1. With the recent development, financial experts now ask whether or not the company is still profitable due to the mishap.
SpaceX will release its final report about the investigations on the Falcon 9 explosion last September. And while waiting for that to happen, Iridium, a SpaceX client announced that it will be launching a rocket into space aboard a SpaceX rocket.
If his plan will be permitted, it would provide bandwidth of 1 gigabytes per second across the globe.
SpaceX had zeroed in on the cause of the Falcon 9’s catastrophic explosion on its launch pad about two months ago and is hoping to return to flight before the year ends.
SpaceX seeks to reuse a Dragon cargo ship in 2017 for resupply missions to the International Space Station. This will allow the company to focus on the development of a newer version of the spacecraft.
On Sept. 27, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk dazzled the audience at the International Aeronautical Congress, as he revealed the full extent of his Mars colonization plans. What do experts have to say about this?
SpaceX’s first manned mission to Mars might be named after the make-believe spaceship from the novel “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.”
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk hinted that the company’s Mars Colonial Transporter is not limited to just a trip to Mars.
SpaceX is hoping that the Falcon 9 could return to flight and launch in November of this year, after the Sept. 1 launch pad explosion at Cape Canaveral.
The explosion of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket may have damaged a million-dollar satellite. But the effects of the explosion will reverberate across the space and telecom industries.
NASA said the launch of the OSIRIS-Rex mission to the asteroid Bennu would still push through, despite the recent explosion that destroyed a SpaceX Falcon 9 and Facebook’s satellite.